Fly Lines, Cortland

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The Cortland Clear Intermediate line is designed to sink slowly below the surface of the water, where it virtually disappears.
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Most fly anglers with a few years of fishing under their belts have had a Cortland 444® SL (Specialized Line) on their reel. The original fast-shooting distance line, and the first choice of expert fly anglers for over 30 years, it’s formulated with a special stiffening process and a proprietary top coat that provides a harder, reduced-friction finish.
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One of the all-time classics, the Cortland 444® “peach” line has set a standard for durability and all-round performance for over 50 years. It’s still one of the easiest handling lines on the market today, as well as one of the most supple in the coldest water.
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Spring creeks - and the wary trout that haunt them - present unique challenges that require special skills and specialized tackle. Super-fast rods and over-weighted lines with brightly colored tips will announce your presence as surely as stoning the pool. By contrast, the extra-long, supple tip of the 444 Classic Spring Creek lands delicately, yet transfers energy so efficently it turns over the longest, finest leader with authority and control.
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This line is probably one of the best fly lines for dry fly fishing.

For some anglers, there's no replacement for the unique feel of a bamboo rod. The 444 Classic Sylk is the first modern line designed specifically for fine bamboo rods by replicating the diameter, long gradual taper, supple feel and natural color of oiled silk. But it works great for the modern graphite rods perfectly.
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Quality fly line for fair price. If you like to start fly fishing, this is the line for you.
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